Amora F.C.

Amora Futebol Clube commonly known as simply as Amora is a Portuguese sports club from the city of Amora, Setúbal.[1] The club was founded on the 1 May 1921 and its founders were Mário de Carvalho, Guilherme Pestana, João Baptista, Julião Garcia, Tomás Alves, António Soares, Joaquim Monteiro, Oswaldo Reuter, Guilherme Reuter, Joaquim Zacarias, Leopoldo Grilo, Carlos de Azeitão, António Policia, Álvaro dos Santos, Jacinto Caixeiro, Alberto Malacato, Tomás da Cachamouca and António Manta. It currently plays at the Estádio da Medideira which also plays host to the club's reserve and youth teams.[2][3]

Amora
Amora F.C. logo.svg
Full nameAmora Futebol Clube
Founded1 May 1921
GroundEstádio da Medideira, Amora
Capacity5,000
ChairmanCarlos Henriques
ManagerÉlio Santos
LeagueAF Setúbal First Division
WebsiteClub website

The club currently plays in the AF Setúbal First Division following a third-place finish in the season of 2011–12.[4] The club has played on three occasions in the Primeira Liga from 1980–81 season until the 1982–83 season.[5][6][7] José Mourinho's father Félix led the club to the Primeira Liga for the first time in 1980.[8]

AppearancesEdit

  • Premier Division: 3
  • Tier 2: 2
  • Tier 3: 23
  • Tier 4: 27

HonoursEdit

League and cup historyEdit

Season Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Cup Notes
1980–81 1D 12 30 10 5 15 38 51 25 Round 6
1981–82 1D 11 30 6 12 12 29 37 24 Round 6
1982–83 1D 15 30 6 6 18 23 55 18 Round 3 Relegated
1992–93 2H 17 34 7 10 17 27 53 24 Quarter-final Relegated
1993–94 2D 1 34 19 9 6 59 26 47 Round 3 Promoted
1994–95 2H 17 34 7 13 14 30 42 27 Last Sixteen Relegated
1995–96 2DS 18 34 2 13 19 22 64 19 Round 4 Relegated
1996–97 3DS 3 34 15 10 9 46 33 55 Round 1
1997–98 3DS 2 34 19 7 8 61 33 64 Round 4 Promoted
1998–99 2D 7 34 14 9 11 49 49 51 Round 4
2002–03 2DS 3 38 17 9 12 48 39 60 Round 2
2003–04 2DS 16 38 12 8 18 46 61 44 Round 3
2004–05 2DS 20 38 5 10 23 36 68 25 Round 3 Relegated
2005–06 3DS 8 32 12 7 13 41 40 43 Round 1
2006–07 3DS 3 28 13 7 8 31 31 46 Round 2
2007–08 3DS 12 32 10 5 17 32 49 21 Round 1 Relegated
2008–09 4DS 4 30 15 9 6 47 29 54
2009–10 4DS 3 30 18 7 5 54 24 61
2010–11 4DS 3 30 13 3 14 42 44 42
2011–12 4DS 3 30 18 5 7 56 30 59
2012–13 4DS 1 32 13 8 11 46 50 34 Round 2 Promoted
2013–14 3DS 2 30 21 3 6 66 29 66 Round 2
2014–15 3DS 2 30 23 9 1 60 22 69 Round 3
2015–16 3DS 2 30 21 5 4 66 23 68 Round 1
2016–17 3DS 2 30 21 5 4 78 26 68 Round 1

PresidentsEdit

Name Term
1st João Batista Cunha 1921-22
2nd António Nunes Tiago 1939-40
3rd Teodomiro Costa 1944-45
4th Efigénio Aires de Sousa 1945-46
5th António Soares Pacheco 1948-49
6th Joaquim Lizardo 1949-50
7th Joaquim Galha dos Santos 1952-53
8th Joaquim Galha dos Santos 1953-54
9th Joaquim Pinheiro 1957-58
10th Efigénio Aires de Sousa 1958-59
11th Joaquim Pinto Malta 1959-60
12th Felismino Galha dos Santos 1960-61
13th Manuel Batista de Oliveira 1961-62
14th Dr. Joaquim Mendes Gargaleiro 1963-64
15th Cesário Gomes Henriques 1964-65
16th Manuel Batista de Oliveira 1965-66
17th Fernando Afonso de Almeida Rocha 1967-68
18th Guilherme Octávio Costa Almeida 1968-69
19th Sebastião Pinheiro 1969-70
20th Joaquim Pinheiro 1970-71
21st Manuel do Nascimento 1971-72
22nd Sebastião Pinheiro 1972-73
23rd Diamantino Rodrigues Barros 1973-74
24th José Augusto Guerreiro 1974-75
25th Rui da Conceição 1975-76
26th Alfredo Correia da Silva 1976-77
27th Mário Rui da Silva Ribeiro 1977-79
28th Durives Pereira 1979-81
29th Fernando Martinho Paixão Santos 1981-85
30th Mário Rui da Silva Ribeiro 1985-96
31st Manuel Guerreiro Gonçalves 1996-99
32nd José Manuel Vicente Moreira Mendes 1999-2013
33rd Carlos Manuel da Silva Henriques 2013-2015
34th Zuneid Sidat Since 2015

Notable former playersEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Amora; ZeroZero, 24 July 2012
  2. ^ Estádio da Medideira; ZeroZero, 24 July 2012
  3. ^ Medideira; ForaDeJogo, 24 July 2012
  4. ^ AF Setúbal 1ª Divisão 2011/12; ZeroZero, 24 July 2012
  5. ^ Portuguese League 1980/81; ZeroZero, 24 July 2012
  6. ^ Portuguese League 1981/82; ZeroZero, 24 July 2012
  7. ^ Portuguese League 1982/83; ZeroZero, 24 July 2012
  8. ^ Amora Futebol Clube; ZeroZero, 24 July 2012

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